Please note: you may have to use the PDF link to the right if the pdf is not automatically displaying above ---> Spring 1994 Revolution in Chiapas, Mexico --- 34 Voices From a Revolution: Marcos, the mysterious man behind the ski mask; the Zapatista Clandestine General Command; and the people of Chiapas speak out Indigenous Struggle for Justice Jose Luis Morin --- 38 The roots of rebellion in Chiapas are as old as the Conquest and as new as NAFTA. Racism, poverty, and oppression make an... Topics: Covert Action Quarterly, Covert Action Information Bulletin
Please note: you may have to use the PDF link to the right if the pdf is not automatically displaying above ---> No More Mr. Nice Guy: The CIA and Economic Intelligence Doug Vaughan --- 4 The CIA touts economic intelligence to justify budgets and redefine its mission. With shifting alliances and corporations that span oceans, It's hard to tell friends from foes. Hit List William Blum --- 9 The U.S. retaliated ag~inst an alleged assassination attempt by Saddam on ex-President... Topics: Covert Action Quarterly, Covert Action Information Bulletin
Spies in the Movement Covert Action Information Bulletin #24, Summer 1985 E d it oria l --- 2 N ew State Repression --- 3 S anctuary Movement --- 12 W a r Against Native Americans --- 16 " Wil d Bill " J anklow --- 22 Leonard Peltier --- 25 The NASSCO Case --- 30 De Borchgrave and Moon --- 34 Moscow and Moss --- 36 Tetra Tech --- 40 Editorial This issue of CAIB examines government infiltrators and provocateurs who target progressive... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Covert Action Quarterly
Fall 1996 Letters to the Editor --- 2 CAQ Briefs --- 4 The Burmese Gulag by John Pilger --- 6 After 34 years under a tyrannical and secretive military junta, Burma is desperate for hard currency and trying to establish itself as a vacation paradise. Posing as a travel consultant, Pilger uncovered a nightmare world of slavery, forced displacement, and intimidation. Who Is Stealing Our Future Industry's Toxic Addiction to Estrogen Mimickers & Endocrine Disruprers by Pratap Chatterjee... Topics: Covert Action Quarterly, Covert Action Information Bulletin
Please note: you may have to use the PDF link to the right if the pdf is not automatically displaying above ---> Covert Action Quarterly #47 15th Anniversary Issue The FBI Targets Judi Bari By Ward Churchill --- 4 Old the FBI put a bomb In Earth First! activists' car and then try to frame them for the crime? The evidence points to Bureau guilt and fits a historical pattern set by COINTELPRO in the '60s. Russia in the Winter of Democracy By Fred Weir --- 10 Boris Yeltsin, savior of... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Covert Action Quarterly
Special Issue on the Pacific; Fiji Coup; Conclusion of Report on AIDS Winter 1988 Editorial --- 2 U.S. Strategic Interests In the Pacific By James Anthony --- 3 A Coup in Question By Max Watts and Mark James --- 7 Captives of U.S. Nuclear Strategy By Glenn Alcalay --- 11 The Bravo Cover -Up By Glenn Alcalay --- 15 Counterinsurgency In the Philippines By Adele Oltman and Dennis Bernstein --- 18 The Religious Rlgbt In t.be Philippines By Howard Goldcntbal --- 21 The Maori Loan... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Covert Action Quarterly
Covert Action Information Bulletin #40 The Effect of U.S. Policy on Indigenous People Spring 1992. In This Issue: Leonard Peltier From Prison CovertAction Interview Incident at Oglala by William Kunstler With a political and legal background provided by Kunstler, his committed defense attorney, Peltier talks about his case, his 16 years as a political prisoner, and the continuing battle for Native American rights. Since Predator Came by Ward Churchill In a sweeping account, this... Topic: Covert Action Information Bulletin
Covert Action Information Bulletin No. 41 Summer 1992 In This Issue The Murder of History by Eqbal Ahmad This century has been marked by unrecorded holocausts justified by the Cold War. With allies such as Israel, the U.S. continues to violate the dream of peace in the Middle East. There, as elsewhere, the decisive issue has always been control of resources. LA: The Fire This Time by Mike Davis Blacks, Latinos, and even some Whites rebelled against economic and political repression. Dozens... Topic: Covert Action Information Bulletin
George Bush: The Company's Man Covert Action Information Bulletin No. 33 (Winter 1990) In This Issue Editorial 3 Agents for Bush 5 by Bob Callahan Reagan’s CIA 8 by William Blum The Terrorism Task Force 12 by Peter Dale Scott VP’s Office: Cover for Iran/Contra 16 by Jane Hunter Skull and Bones 21 Bush’s Secret Team 23 by Jane Hunter The Republican Party and Fascists 27 by Russ Bellant Intervention in Nicaraguan Elections 32 by William Robinson and David MacMichael Book Review: The... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, George Bush, CIA
excerpt from the book The Praetorian Guard by John Stockwell, former CIA officer: "Coming to grips with these U.S./CIA activities in broad numbers and figuring out how many people have been killed in the jungles of Laos or the hills of Nicaragua is very difficult. But, adding them up as best we can, we come up with a figure of six million people killed-and this is a minimum figure. Included are: one million killed in the Korean War, two million killed in the Vietnam War, 800,000 killed in... Topics: John Stockwell, CIA, Covert Action, Secret Wars
Philip Agee discusses his experiences inside the CIA. Philip Agee was a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who served in Latin America. After resigning from the CIA he lectured and wrote on the Agency's clandestine operations. His activities were not unnoticed. Ex-CIA Director and later President Bush the first called Agee "a traitor to our country." He is the author of Inside the Company: CIA Diary and On the Run. He died in Cuba in January 2008. Recorded in Fort Collins,... Topics: Philip Agee, CIA, Dissent, Covert Action
10th Anniversary Best of CAIB Covert Action Information Bulletin No. 32 (Summer 1989) About This Issue When we started CAIB in 1978, we never worried about how long the publication would last. Like the overall progressive struggle of which we were a part, we worked from day to day, scrambling as each issue was published to raise the funds to put out the next. That, as our loyal readers know, has not changed. Nor have we always been on time, to say the least; but while we staggered, we never... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, CIA, Cold War
Summer 1988 Editorial --- 2 Israeli State Terror By Naseer Aruri --- 3 The Assassination of Abu Jihad Interview with Gbassan Bishara --- 7 The "Transfer" Proposal Interview with Israel Sbahak --- 10 The Intifada and Israel's Dirty War By EUen Ray --- 13 Israeli Occupation By Katherine Watjen --- 22 Israeli Chemical Warfare By Louis Wolf --- 26 The Israeli Arms Bazaar By Jane Hunter --- 29 Hakim's Connections By Peggy Adler Robobm --- 35 Israel in Africa By Jane Hunter... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Israel, Middle East, CIAB, Covert Action Quarterly
Poison War/Toxic Policies Covert Action Quarterly #43 (Winter 1992) Zimbabwe’s Poisoned Legacy: Secret War in Southern Africa Jeremy Brickhill page 4 From Rhodesia to contemporary So. Africa, an ex-guerrilla fighter traces the techniques and practitioners of dirty war. The arsenal in defense of white supremacy includes infiltration, death squads, disease, poison, and instigation of “black-on-black” violence. Zimbabwe’s Anthrax Epizootic Meryl Nass page 12 An... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Covert Action Quarterly, Zimbabwe, Gulf War Syndrome, Agent...
byEllen Ray, William Schaap, K. van Meter, and Louis Wolf
Edited by Ellen Ray, William Schaap, K. van Meter, and Louis Wolf. With an introduction by Philip Agee. Topics: Philip Agee, Covert Action Quarterly, Covert Action Information Bulletin, Central Intelligence...
Spring 1993 Somalia: Adding "Humanitarian Intervention" to the U.S. Arsenal By Alex de Waal and Raklya Omaar Somalia was a trial run to test public response to "humanitarian" military intervention Omaar, fired from Africa Watch for her dissent and de Waal who resigned in protest, examine provate and government relief efforts and show a history of failure to address the political and economic needs of Somalia. FEATURE The Power of Clout: How PR, Lobbying, and Special... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Covert Action Quarterly, Public Relations Industry, Spin...
Primary text documents for Douglas Valentine's seminal look at CIA covert operations during the Vietnam War, The Phoenix Program . The originals are at the following link and should be viewed there: http://www.cryptocomb.org/Phoenix%20Tapes.html Various US Government produced primary sources regarding the CIA managed Phoenix Program during the Vietnam War. Topics: Central Intelligence Agency, CIA, Phoenix Program, Covert Action, War Crimes
byU.S. Senate Subcommittee on Intelligence and the Rights of Americans of the Select Committee on Intelligence (Church Committee)
This is the seventh volume of hearing transcripts and exhibit copies published by the Subcommittee on Intelligence and the Rights of Americans of the Select Committee on Intelligence of the United States Senate (Church Committee). These hearings on “Covert Action" were held on December 4 & 5, 1975, and the transcripts were published in 1976. A copy of this document may also be found on the web site of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence:... Topics: Covert Action, Church Committee, Chile, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
From Wikipedia: Lies of Our Times (LOOT) was a political magazine published between January 1990 and December 1994. The magazine was published on a monthly basis. Ellen Ray was both its co-founder and publisher. It served not only as a general media critic, but as a watchdog of The New York Times, which the magazine referred to as "the most cited news medium in the United Slates, our paper of record." In 1995, Lies of Our Times won the Orwell Award, given out annually by the National... Topics: Lies of Our Times, Covert Action Information Bulletin
Special Issue on Domestic Surveillance Issue No. 31 (Winter 1989) Editorial After supplying crack to the ghettos at considerable profit for the contra war against Nicaragua, the Reagan administration—now the Bush administration —has fostered new and chilling programs of surveillance and population control in those same ghettos. As we go to press, one which epitomizes the growth of domestic repression in this country is under way. Armed police units in Chicago are conducting futuristic mass... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, Domestic Surveillance, COINTELPRO, Puerto Rico, FBI
Covert Action Information Bulletin No. 42 Fall 1992 In This Issue Tracking Covert Actions Into the Future Philip Agee A former CIA officer traces the roots of U.S. foreign policy and covert operations and reveals the grimly logical implications for the global splintering and regional struggles implicit in the New World Order. George Bush’s Inside Track Karen Branan As vice president, George Bush headed a little- known section of the National Security Council. The crisis management system... Topics: Bush Family, George Bush, Covert Action Information Bulletin, Philip Agee, Special Ops
Approved for Release in 2009, these are CIA produced histories of the Vietnam War. CIA and The Generals: Covert Support to Military Government in South Vietnam CIA and Rural Pacification in South Vietnam Undercover Armies: CIA and Surrogate Warfare in Laos The Way We Do Things: Black Entry Ops into North Vietnam Good Questions, Wrong Answers: CIA Estimates of Arms Traffic Though Cambodia CIA and the House of Ngo: Covert Action in South Vietnam Topics: CIA, Central Intelligence, Intelligence Operations, Guerilla War, Covert Operations, Covert Action,...
Weekly News Roundup #1 09/03/2015 suchbs.com - - - - - - - Roundup of news from across the web that you will not find covered by the dinosaur corporate press. Comes with free analysis, no extra charge. Open source investigating. Show topics: ISIS in Ukraine, Operation Fast and Furious, Garland Texas terrorist attack, Syrian civil war, who the "moderate" rebels really are, US and UK "smash units" and covert ops in Syria. Topics: suchbs, syria, civil war, isis, islamic state, al qaeda, isil, operation fast and furious, ukraine...
This is a copy of an August 8, 1950 memorandum, "CIA Covert Activities in a Time of War," from CIA Director Roscoe Hillenkoetter to the U.S. Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson. It is followed by a proposed revision to National Security Council Intelligence Directive (NSCID) No. 5, which governed the CIA's use of "Espionage and Counterespionage Operations." Topics: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Covert Activities, Covert Action, Korean War, Roscoe...
byU.S. Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations With Respect to Intelligence Activities (Church Committee)
This is a copy of "Covert Action in Chile 1963-73: Staff Report of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations With Respect to Intelligence Activities, United States Senate." A copy of the report may also be found on the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence web site: http://www.intelligence.senate.gov/pdfs94th/94chile.pdf Topics: U.S. Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations With Respect to Intelligence...
Covert Action Information Bulletin #35 Friendly Enemies: The CIA in Eastern Europe Cover Photo: Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Moscow, Sept. 17th, 1990 Back Cover Photo: Members of the Ukrainian Nationalist Organization Table of Contents: Editorial Analysis: The Changes in Eastern Europe by Philip Agee, Ken Lawrence, and Melvin Beck Reinhard Gehlen: The Secret Treaty of Fort Hunt by Carl Oglesby NED Meddles in Lithuania by Philip Bonosky The Destabilization of the Soviet Union by Sean... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, CIA, Eastern Europe, Fascism, Reinhard Gehlen, National...
Covert Action Information Bulletin, No. 20 - Winter 1984 Fifth Anniversary Issue Cover: Maurice Bishop and Fidel Castro at Santiago, Cuba, July 26, 1983. Photo by Prensa Latina. Table of Contents Editorial: Grenada and Nicaragua & Our Fifth Anniversary Grenada -- No Bishop, No Revo: U.S. Crushes Caribbean Jewel by Ellen Ray and Bill Schaap Cuban Statements on Grenada Nicaragua Braces For War by Ellen Ray and Bill Schaap Fort Huachuca Buildup: Desert Technology Washington's Proxy:... Topics: Covert Action Information Bulletin, CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, Grenada, Nicaragua, Fort...